Tun Musa Hitam Proud To Be A Liberal, What A Pity

26 12 2014

Tun Musa Hitam

Always a moderate and proud to be one – said Former Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Musa Hitam to The Star in an interview at his house in Bukit Tunku.

“First let me say this emphatically and very firmly – I have always been a liberal and a moderate and am proud of it. I have been brought up from young until now as such. My family, my parents, my elders brought me up that way, and in my more grown up days since I entered politics, my political party Umno adopted the stance of moderation from the early days that we gained Independence. But I don’t know what’s happening there now,” Tun Musa Hitam. – The Star

“I have always been a liberal and a moderate and am proud of it”?

I do not understand how could a Muslim be proud to disobey the rules of Islam.

It is very sad when a person says that he is proud to be a moderate and a liberal because being a liberal  means that the person rejects the fundamental principal of his own religion as well as the fundamental principals of his country.

As a Muslim, he must understand that a Muslim must obey the fundamental principal of Islam and Islam cannot be liberalised.

It is very unfortunate for a Muslim to be a liberal because rejecting the principal of Islam is against the rules of Islam and will affect his ‘akidah’.

Has Tun Musa Hitam forgotten that Clause 3.3 of the Umno Constitution states that Umno will defend and spread Islam?

And liberal is against Islam.

It is very sad to see a former leader who not only had forgotten the core spirit of his party but also proud to reject the fundamental principals of his country, for Islam is the religion of the Federation of Malaysia.





Photos, Video: Tornado-Like Wind Hit Pandamaran, Klang

21 10 2014
A screengrab from a viral video of the "twister" in Klang. (The Star)

A screengrab from a viral video of the “twister” in Klang. (The Star)

NST reported that a severe thunderstorm and strong wind wreaked havoc in Pandamaran, damaging some 30 houses and apartment blocks.

A twister-like winds blew off roofs and uprooting trees around the area.

The thunderstorm also caused several boats at a jetty near Kunci Air Jalan Banting, Pandamaran to sink.

Several areas including Meru and Kampung Delek were flooded.

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Photos, Videos: Waterspout In Bintulu And Miri (Oct. 18, 2014)

18 10 2014
Photo credit to UnReported News.

Photo credit to UnReported News.

A waterspout was seen in Bintulu, Sarawak along the Kidurong coast at about 10am on Saturday. 

Wikipedia wrote that waterspouts are non-supercell tornado over water; they are small and weak rotating columns of air over water and they do not suck up water.

The Star reported that an employee at Petronas’s Malaysia Liquefied Natural Gas LNG plant told The Star that the waterspout came close to the factory.

BERNAMA reported that the waterspout was also seen in Niah area of Miri.

There were also no reports of injuries or property damage in the incident.

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Photos, Video: Pasir Gudang’s Pedestrian Bridge Metal Roofing Collapses

13 10 2014
Photo by Mohd Azren Jamaluddin/ Berita Harian.

Photo by Mohd Azren Jamaluddin/ Berita Harian.

The Star reported that two cars, a lorry and a motorcycle were damaged after the metal roofing of a pedestrian bridge along the Pasir Gudang Highway collapsed on Sunday afternoon.

Berita Harian reported that five people were injured in the incident that happened at about 4:30 p. m. during a storm.

The storm had also blown away the roofs of about 30 houses in Taman Kobena, nearby.





Photos: Kuala Lumpur Hit By A Flash Flood, October 1, 2014

1 10 2014
The submerged paking lot at Jalan Pinang. (Image: The Star)

The submerged paking lot at Jalan Pinang. (Image: The Star)

Heavy rains caused flash flood that flooded several busy roads in Kuala Lumpur today, causing bad traffic jams during the evening rush hour.

The flash flood also flooded an open parking area in Jalan Sultan Ismail, submerging hundreds of cars in flood water.

Among the flooded roads were Jalan Chan Sow Lin, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Yaacob Latif and Jalan Jelatek.

The New Straits Times reported that Jalan Chan Sow Lin had to be closed for traffic until about 5p.m. as traffic policemen helped motorists to get to safer grounds.

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Kota Damansara MRT Concrete Collapsed, 3 Feared Dead

19 08 2014
A picture of the fallen beam tweeted by the Fire and Rescue Department (@bombaJBPM).

A picture of the fallen beam tweeted by the Fire and Rescue Department (@bombaJBPM).

A 300 tonne MRT concrete span collapsed at a MRT construction site,  within the former Rubber Research Institute site near Kota Damansara Monday night.

Three workers were feared dead after feared being trapped under the fallen concrete span.

The victims are Bangladesh nationals Mohamad Faruk Khan, Mohammad Elahi Hossain and Mohammad Alauddin Mollik.

The Star reported in its statement, Mass Rapid Transit Corporation (MRT Corp) said that: 

“A span of the guideway had dislodged from its piers and fallen on the ground below. The span, which was made up of 14 units of segmented box girders, was 38m in length and weighed 300 tonnes. MRT Corp confirms that three workers are unaccounted for and are believed to be trapped underneath. Rescue efforts are currently on-going and an emergency response team is on standby at the site” – The Star.

The Fire and Rescue Department's (@bombaJBPM) tweeted picture showing a K-9 unit at the site.

The Fire and Rescue Department’s (@bombaJBPM) tweeted picture showing a K-9 unit at the site.





Video: Malaysia Receives MH17 Black Boxes

22 07 2014

Below is the video of the handling over of the two MH17 black boxes from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) to Malaysian team in Ukraine.

Please click here for the news.








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